Horse racing without saddles was recently held on pink grass hill near Dankia-Suoi Vang Lake for K’Ho ethnic people living at the foot of the Langbiang mountain in Da Lat city.
Horses at the starting line. (Photo: VNA)
Now, it’s time for racing. (Photo: VNA)
Horses race fiercely at the final round. (Photo: VNA)
Horse racing without saddles is part of the Pink Grass
Festival in Da Lat. (Photo: VNA)
Surpassing 15 competitors, K’truik and his horse finish the
race first. (Photo: VNA)
rider in the race (Photo: VNA)
Frist prize presented to K’Truik and horse No.15.
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